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esta trabajando para alertar a la ciudadania. trent teyema / agente especial del fbi " uno de los retos que estamos enfrentando en cuanto a la seguridad nacional , es que las personas de pueden convertir en una presa fÁcil para los delincuentes con tan solo recibir un correo electro Ónico y hacer click en un enlace adjunto lo que los llevara al lado obscuro de la internet y sin percatarse pueden infectar su computador a con un virus que da acceso a sus cuentas bancarias, informaciÓn personal, y en cuestiÓn de minutos te pueden dejar el la calle" son muchos los tipos de delitos informÁticos ,pueden ir desde suplantaciÓn de identidad, estafas financieras o estafas a empresas, hasta delitos de pornografÍa infantil y extorsiÓn. aquellos que se dedican a este tipo de actividades han probado no tener escrÚpulos y es que segÚn el fbi una de sus presas mas fÁciles son los ancianos a quien engaÑan solicitando dinero en nombre de sus nietos o familiares cercanos dejÁndolos en muchas ocasiones sin dinero para comer .. lilian mass / washington dc " las extorsiones a las personas d
of justice and chief david westrick is asking the fbi and sheriff's department for assistance. >> our level of concern was pretty high and with this new -- new development, it's even higher. >> the fisch family and other neighbors say they feel the same one. >> to burn the car that means they're probably trying to get rid of fingerprints or evidence of any kind. it doesn't really bode well. i don't see a positive. i'm not saying there's no hope, but it's kind of discouraging. >> this evening friends of heather carroll began searching the area looking for any clues flt several rewards are now being offered for information in the case. in hollister, robert honda ktvu channel 2 news. >>> santa clara police say officers shot and killed a man that was allegedly threatening his father with a knife. officers responded to a domestic dispute about 11:15 last night. spokesman said a 41-year-old man and 66-year-old father were having a violent argument. police say the fight had subside and officers were leaving when the son began threatening his father with a knife. three officers opened fire killing
developments in the search for the 10-year-old colorado girl who vanished on her way to school. what the fbi is asking people to look for now. >>> plus the latest in the growing meningitis outbreak we've been paying such close attention to. it is all happening now. jenna: very happy friday to you, everybody, i'm jenna lee. jon: and i'm jon scott. the race for the white house intensifies after sparks fly at the one and only vice-presidential debate. more on that in a moment. first let's see where the presidential contenders are today. president obama off the campaign trail, spending the day at the white house. just over an hour from now, governor romney attends a rally in the battle ground state of virginia. the latest "real clear politics" poll average shows the president holding a very slim lead over governor romney in a head-to-head matchup. four years ago, president obama won that state. 13 electoral votes up for grabs in virginia with 270 the magic number needed to win but last night all eyes were on kentucky, home of the only vice-presidential debate this time around. the faceoff betwee
and everything from taxes, the economy, to abortion, to libya. >>> also this half hour, from colorado, the fbi is asking the public for any help in finding the kidnapper of 10-year-old jessica ridgeway, as police work to identify what is believed to be her body and not in one piece sadly. >> not the ending anyone wanted for the story. >>> this morning, new evidence the housing market is heating up there. homes getting snapped up in days. even the return of bidding wars. some positive economic news. >>> and later, whitney houston's daughter bobbi kristina with a bomb shelf announcen't about her engagement. her fiance is someone very close to home, extremely close to home. we're going to have it all coming up in "the skinny"." >> huh, bizarre story there. again, is it -- is it really what it is? or little promotion for the reality show that is coming out in a few days later this month. we'll let you decide that one. >>> but first, the one and only vice-presidential debate last night. joe biden, paul ryan walked out onto the stage. both ready to rumble. >> the two men snickered, s
reveal diagnose tails of their crimes. >> reporter: police confirm they are collaborating with the fbi but declined to say if it is the lab laboratory that -- the if i laboratory that is doing the test. health and science editor john fowler ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the two men known as the "speed freak killers" are connected to at least 17 killings and police say wesley shermantine and loren herzog were childhood friends. known as the "speed freak killers" because they were high on methamphetamine for some of the killings. all of the killings were between 1994 and 1998. loren herzog was released from prison but then took his life when wesley shermantine started helping detectives locate bodies. >>> couple is behind bars in seattle after police say they were driving the car stolen from the home of a murder victim. coming up, we talk to investigators about the progress in the case following the arrest. >>> police shot and killed a man after he threatened his father with a knife. this happened last night around 11:15 p.m. there was a fight between a man and his father. when the son moved
, the fbi, the bomb squad have all been at a house on georgia street for almost seven years. cbs 5 reporter joe vasquez first broke this story. >> reporter: there were two explosions here, because they found several more pipe bombs inside the house. the first explosion went off just after 9:00 tonight. the bomb disposal teams from the fbi and the sheriff's department loaded several pipe bombs and other bomb-making materials on to a pallet in the middle of georgia street. the cops say a man who lived here has been making small bombs in recent days. >> our information is he's not only manufacturing bombs but also detonating them. >> reporter: swat officers prepared for the possibility of a long standoff, but then the man quickly surrendered. >> as we were preparing to block streets off, the suspect came out of his residence, inquiring what was going on. he was recognized and taken into custody. >> reporter: they are not identifying the bomb-making suspects but investigators say they got a tip from his roommates that he was building another bomb today. >> he's just a creep on the block. >> rep
. meantime, malala is unconscious and on a ventilator, but her blood pressure and heartbeat are normal. the f-b-i has released a behavior profile of a possible suspect in the disappearance of 10-year old jessica ridgeway. according to the initial profile, the suspect is likely a male and may be exhibiting changes in behavior since last friday when the girl was reported missing. the f-b-i says community members should take notice to someone who missed work or skipped town around the time of the incident. the search for the missing girl led to the discovery of dismembered body at a park near where she vanished. the identity of the body has not yet been released. philadlephia eagles quarterback michael vick is defending his family's decision to own a dog. vick served 18 months in prison on dogfighting charges and was banned from owning a dog until his probation was over. his porbation ended this summer. since his release from prison in 2009, vick has worked with the humane society to speak out against animal cruelty. e-s-p-n reports vick said he wanted his children to have a healthy relationship
that they needed something had me to get down end there. >> the fbi stated this day can i get about a time or a place to where they will start. >> decision 20 12th. we are counting down to the only first vice president of debate. >> republican vice president paul ryan fell to comfortable about the debate. he expressed that he was nervous going up against joe biden. >> he has been on this big stage for many times and i have been doing my own work. >homework. >> and an obama spokesperson stated that joe biden is looking forward to the debate tonight. biden's background provides information on foreign background. both of them have worked with experts behind the scene. >> michael e. daugherty is here the polls are tightening of all because the president refused to answer romney's questions on the last presidential debate. >> vice president debates are just reference to the president. this will be a little bit different because you have a campaign that is on the rise. i believe that joe biden really needs to step it up to night. tonight. >> bottom line is cut we see some fireworks tonight? >> i
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these continuing investigations by the fbi, the state department and others. we still don't know a lot of the facts in the case, shep. >> shepard: some republicans are saying that the vice president pointed a finger at the intelligence community. >> that's right. you mentioned that mitt romney went after the vice president today on the stump as well as some of mitt romney's supporters. two former bush bush officials were upset that the vice president last night suggested that this whole confusion over the last few weeks was anti-muslim video that caused this, the vice president suggested that was because of the intelligence community. well, two officials today, michael hayden as well as michael chertoff basically suggested that the administration was pushing off blame. they said in a joint statement, quote: it was clear any failure was not on the part of the intention community but on the part of white house decision makers who should have listened to and acted on available intelligence blaming those who put their lives on the line is not the kind of leadership this country needs. can i tell i i a
. >> authorities are now examining the car lacking for clues. hollister police are also asking the f.b.i. and sheriff's department for help on this investigation. >>> a serial arsonist in the south bay hit again overnight according to san jose fire investigators. this latest fire was in a dumpster around 8:00 p.m. on tell manor lane. investigators say this is the ninth suspicious fire in the west san jose area over the past two weeks. so far the fires have been set in alleys and on side streets and no people or buildings have been damaged. >>> thecourtage mainly in the southern cam call area and also out toward the sierra. you can pick out some showers just offshore. more activity mainly to our west. we do have to keep an eye on the chance after few sprinkles late tonight into early tomorrow morning. as far as temperatures from this afternoon, they were on the cool side mainly in the 50s to the 60s out there. so definitely on the cool side this afternoon. as far as the warm-up for tomorrow, not much of one with those readings mainly in the 50s to the low 60s. we do have more cloud cover
the fbi and the solano sheriff department -- they lit a fuse and exploded the pile. the cops say a man who lived here has been making small bombs in recent days. >> our information is, he is not only manufacturing bombs, but detonating them. >> vallejo police dispatched dozens of officers to evacuate nearby homes. s.w.a.t. officers prepared for the possibility of a long standoff. the man quickly surrendered. >> preparing to block streets off. the suspect came out of his residence, he was recognized ask taken into custody. >> police are not identifying the bomb making suspect, but investigators say they got a tip from his roommates that he was building an even bigger bomb today. the man is a squatter who has been blowing stuff up in recent days. they thought it was fireworks. >> he's just a creep on the block. >> he and his neighbors called police because they believe the man is dangerous. >> you know, the guy, i smell chemicals. i would tell the police officers. he would just be making all kinds of noise. it would be so loud, it would shake my house. >> and just moments ago, we lea
of their own that's why they asked the fbi and napa county sheriff's department for help. they used robot to find the bomb in the house. they then placed them in the middle of the street, surrounded them with sand bags and detonated them. them. >> fire in the >> probably not going to bring a house down with it but certainly if it was around something that was flackable, if it had gone off and proximity of human being or some living creature sunshine has enough power to kill someone. or at least seriously maim them.so they are dangerou dangerous. we are not going to find crate or in the middle of the street but could kill and maim people. >> the bomb squad detonated a second set of becomes but that took place in the back. and we were unable to see it. police not releasing the identity of the person they say was manufacturing these explosive did he advises. all they are saying is that he's a man in his 50's. he is under arrest and charged with felony. live in vallejo, abc 7 news. >> all right lil i don't know thank you. >> now to tonight vice-presidential debate and tough and testy
and the fbi served a search warrant. they got a tip that a resident was making an exploding bomb. people were evacuated, and authorities detonated one device. there was also a school nearby. >> the school had already left. there may have been some teachers, janitors. that was one of our areas of concern. >> a purpose of interest, a man in his 50s, has been detained, not arrested. the people evacuated have been allowed back home. >>> a bone fragment found among the remains of the victims of the speed freak killers, a 3-inch fragment of bone, was found next to the remains of two teenagers. tests show it belonged to a child. and that raises the possibility that it belonged to mckayla garret. she disappeared from a hayward grocery store in 1988. the discovery is opening the possibility that other possible victims of wesley shermantine and loren herzog have been found. this woman has been mentioned in cases like the speed freak killers. even though there is no direct listening, her family continues to hope the case will some day be involved. >>> continuing to monitor the chance of showers over the
jessica's disappearance and the body found on wednesday. the fbi is asking people to be on the lookout for any suspicious behavior. >>> now here is a story you will only see on 2. a moraga boy scout denied the rank of eagle scout is gay is appearing on national talk shows this week. >> i'm so proud of you. i think you're an amazing young man. >> ryan andresen appeared on ellen after his mother posted the -- we talked with him afterwards by phone. >> every time that a gay person is not given the same right at someone else that we are different and it's very, very hurtful. and it's not okay. >> ryan turned 18 on monday that now means he's past the deadline for becoming an eagle scout. but 175 eagle scouts around the country have pledged to send their own eagle scout pens to ryan. >>> time now 4:45. in southern california a bitter congressional race between two democratic lawmakers turned ugly at a debate last night. youtube footage shows congressman brad throwing his arm around congressman howard's shoulders saying do you want to get into this? the challenge came while the two were argui
officers, sergeant scott ryan, a albertalbert lieu and reyes. tuesday, june 7, 2011, the fbi contacted the san francisco police department robbery abatement team providing them with specific information about two incidents that occurred in irvine, california. an armed white male suspects driving a gray bmw had committed to armed bank robberies. the suspect had already proven himself dangerous and desperate when he attempted to run down responding deputy sheriffs in order to effectively escape from one of the bank robberies. using the gps, the getaway car was located in our city at one of this the park. -- beuna vista park. the suspects gray bmw was found precisely with gps. the car was legally parked and unattended. the robbery abatement team maintain surveillance of the -- of the vehicle for hours, but no signs of activity. park station please -- plain clothes officer under the direction of sergeant scott ryan and robert lieu adnd reyes observed. they noticed until lights were on and the sun roof was opened. officer lew quickly executed a u-turn and confirmed it was occupied by the su
and disappeared a week ago after leaving her home to meet friends. the fbi is involved in the case. >>> and closing arguments are set for today in the trial of a woman who admitted to beating her toddler and gluing her hands to the wall. they want a 45-year prison sentence. >>> right now the endeavor is on a journey into the home at the california science center. it will make its way aleut a route where trees are removed and traffic lights had to be taken down to accommodate the massive shuttle. >>> it will cost you more to mail a letter n january a first class forever stamp will now cost 46 cents. there is something else new for next year. the globele stamp for 1.10. you can mail it anywhere in the world. >> the nobel prize is not going to a person this year, it is going to a group. the european union won the award for 60 years of to the advancement of peace and human rights t is in the midof it a crisis since it was founded facing failing economies and the number of countries. >>> a tall glass of clean fresh water is what is in store. that's the goal for baltimore city talking
in at wnnfans.com. >>> and the fbi is asking the public for help finding a suspect in the disappearance of jessica ridgeway. the colorado girl disappeared a weak ago on her way to school, a body believed to be hers has been found. experts say the suspect most likely a male, may have unexplaned absences from work or may have just changed his appearance, with a kind of car that he drives. >>> the number of deaths from that meningitis outbreak continues to rise. 14 people have now died. and about 170 others have gotten sec after receiving the tainted steroid shots. federal health officials have tracked 12,000 of the roughly 14,000 people who have received the shots. doctors are warning that patients will need to keep watch for symptoms of the deadly infection for a few more months. >>> frightening. >>> no secret that the u.s. postal service has been bleeding red ink for years. so, they really shouldn't be surprised at all that postal rates are going up again. starting, are you surprised really? >> stunned. >> i know you are not. starting january 27th, the price of a first-class stamp incre
to school last friday morning. the fbi is warning parents to stay on alert because the suspect could be someone in the community. >>> now we're going to go on to the campaign. actually what we're going to also talk about now is some of the ads on metro as of late that have been causing quite a bit of controversy. here's surae chinn. >> reporter: i'm surae chinn at the u street metro station where an islamic group has answered back by putting up their own signs to counter these hate ads. >> i'm a muslin myself and that's not what islam is about. >> reporter: some people have already defaced those anti- slim signs that equate muslim radicals with savages. a washington examiner picture shows a woman using post-its to cover up the hate message. the council on american islamic relations or c.a.r.e. is putting up three 16-foot banners at metro stations to counter the anti-muslim ad. >> we take these hate messages very seriously and they need to be countered through collective american efforts. >> reporter: diane tetfer was inspired on her train ride today. >> i had to counteract this ho
decisions about what would be shared with the american people, driving decisions of the fbi would be used in this case giving the perception that the fbi is being used to block any further inquiry into who is rese for failing to provide security and secondly, within that, there is an immense issue of this administration now directly attacking our own intelligence community in blaming them in a political context for what is object the a failure on the part of a demonstration. >> well, i think there is no doubt that there were political or ideological factors of drought this decision making. if you really did it to the point that this could have been avoided with enough lead admission. using a near libya to reestablish a base, something vms version did not want to hear. i think they're riskier ministrations saw him would be communicated in a lot of ways. the people said there was no political pressure. you don't need that to make your point clear. by blaming the intelligence community fifth, that is a ridge line of argument from people who were critical of the bush of ministrations intellig
a desperate hunt for her killer. abc's clayton sandell tells us how the fbi is hoping to break this case open. >> reporter: this morning, hundreds of officers are searching fields, ravines, and neighborhoods near where a body was discovered late wednesday. sources tell abc news the remains belong to 10-year-old jessica ridgeway, who vanished a week ago, walking to school in nearby westminster. but a frustrating lack of suspects is now prompting investigators to release a profile of who they believe committed this gruesome crime. >> that could be your boss, your friend, and ultimately could be your family member. >> reporter: the new profile by the fbi's behavioral analysis unit says the likely suspect is probably male. and might have recently left work or suddenly left town. he may have already changed his appearance. or gotten rid of his car. abc news has learned investigators are focusing on cell phone towers near jessica's home, where her backpack was found, and where the remains were discovered. if a phone number registered at all three towers, it could lead to a suspect. >> we all have c
. the department of homeland security has the lead for domestic cyber security. the fbi also has a key part to play in investigating and preventing cyber attacks. our intelligence agencies, of course, are focused on this potential threat as well. the state department is trying to forge international consensus on the roles and responsibilities of nations to help secure cyberspace. the department of defense also has a role. it is a supporting role, but it is an essential role. tonight, i want to explain what that means. first, let me make clear what it does not mean. it does not mean the department of defense will monitor citizens personal computers. we're not interested in personal communication or in e-mails or in providing the day-to-day security of private and commercial networks. that is not our goal. that is not our job. that is not our mission. our mission is to defend the nation. we defend, we detour, and if called upon, we take decisive action to protect our citizens. in the past, we have done so through operations on land and at sea, in the skies, and in space. in this century, the united s
to blame it on them. >> bill: ryan has to -- the f.b.i. and c.i.a. are
has the power to kill someone is police don't have a bomb squad which is why they asked the fbi and napa county sheriff's department for help. they are not releasing the suspect's identity all they are saying is it is a man in his 50s. >>> excited giants fans celebrating unprecedented come back in the national league to keep the team's post-season hopes alive. unfortunately, we can't say the same for the a's. but their fans are hope about a great season. -- their fans are happy about a great season. terry mcsweeney is at the park. orange and black, go. >> reporter: they don't know where to go, back to washington, d.c. to play the nationals, back home to play the cardinals? they don't know that yet that's why they are spending the night in cincinnati. before we get to the giants let's take about the a's. 6-0 loss to the tigers. verlander may be the best pitcher in baseball shutting them out tough one for the team. after the game a's fans with a standing ovation for their boys of summer on that chilly fall evening something to build on if a's management might be interested. across
and the body found on wednesday. the fbi asking people to be on the lookout for any suspicious behavior. >>> in southern california a bitter congressional race between two democratic lawmakers turn ugly at a debate last night. youtube footage. challenge came while the two were arguing over a federal immigration bill. sheriffs deputy intervened and had to calm things down. redistricting process has put the two incumbents against each other. >>> new this morning just a few hours ago the norwegian nobel committee awarded its peace prize. the winner is the european union. eu is receiving the reward for history of spreading peace, democracy, and human rights across europe. it comes as surprise to some people since the eu is wrestling with the biggest financial crisis in its 62 year history. >>> people in berkeley hills are on high alert after a mountain lion scare there. people were told to stay inside while wile life officers looked for -- wildlife officers looked for that animal but they never found it. >>> public health officials are sending out warnings for those that visited a public pa
to blame it on them. >> bill: ryan has to -- the f.b.i. and c.i.a. are secretarying. >> bill: thanks as always. that's it for us tonight's. we're going to hand
. now, at some point in time once this is fully investigated by the fbi and within the state department, you know, should judgments had proven to be misguided, for example, i think we can say that the security was inadequate based on the threat we saw emerge september 11th, then there may well will accountability in terms of decisions made within the state department. but it's not there yet. >> peter, it seemed to me, talking to undecided voters, they seem pretty shocked by this. this was in virginia where a lot of people have friends or themselves have served in tough places like the middle east. they say how is it possible that on september 11th in a country like libya, the ambassador just went to a consulate, but didn't have security? how the heck did this happen? >> yeah, i tell you what, i don't how it happened either. it needs to be investigated, but the administration's slow rolling this. almost five weeks since this happeneded and there are more questions than answers. it's my sense that the last thing this administration wanted to say in the aftermath of this terrible tragedy,
? >> what else? they blow them up. there it is. the fbi and local officers responded to an east vallejo neighborhood after reports a man had been making and exploding small bombs at a home there. the man surrendered and bomb disposal teams gathered and detonated the explosives found in the home. that's what it produced. neighbors say the man is a squatter who increasingly became more dangerous. >> not even his house and he's got explosives in it. >>> fans are sure hoping for some fireworks tonight down at nationals park. >> dave owens is down there where the anticipation is building. dave. >> reporter: hey, what's up, ladies? the anticipation is building and the players are out on the field right now. there they are. they're getting ready to go, game five. you've heard all the cliches. there is no tomorrow. backs are against the wall. how many more times can we say it? county nats knock one out of the park tonight -- can the nats knock one out of the park tonight? we will see coming up. >> reporter: the space shuttle endeavour takes its final mission through the streets of los angeles
regime that most had not noticed. through the 2011 cover story rape is rape that we reveal the fbi 80 year-old definition under accounts by hundreds of thousands every year. that was part of a larger feminist campaign to kick off a firestorm resulting in more than 140,000 letters in the mails to the fbi and attorney-general demanding the definition be changed. it was. we succeeded. [applause] "ms." magazine is always ahead of the mainstream news of coverage of women and girls. it for sounded the alarm about the war on within eight years ago in 2004. you will recognize me the inaugural cover wonder woman fighting for peace and justice. for the 40th anniversary issue we decided to feature the iconic super hero on the streets of washington d.c. with women marching to stop the attack on a women's rights to vote as if your life depends on it. [applause] wonder woman is the enduring symbol of women's power we could think of no better way for women to use the power of their votes in the coming election. you will hear about that today and you can ask questions to fill out the cards on your ta
commanders, with dhs, fbi and other agencies in government. we need to see an attack coming in order to defend against that attack. we are looking at ways to strengthen cipher command as well. we must ensure that it has the resources, the authority, the capability required to perform this mission. it must also be able to react quickly to events unfolding in cyberspace and fully integrate cyber into all of the department also plans and activities. finally, the third area is to build stronger partnership. as i have made clear, securing cyberspace is not the sole response ability of the united states military or even the sole responsibility of the united states government. the private-sector, government, military, our allies all share the same local infrastructure. we all share a deep responsibility to protect it. we are deepening cooperation with our closest allies with the goal of sharing that information, that a mighty cheer capabilities, and determining malicious activities -- maximizing sheered capabilities and determining militias activities. we have made cyber a major topic of di
is fbi special agent kate mayfield. the previous five books were set in the states, mostly the new york area. this is the first one i took him out of the country and he got assigned to go there. he doesn't want to go there. he goes to yemen to look for the panther. the panther is a yemeni american born in new jersey raised here went to colombian university but took up the cause of jihad, went back to his ancestral home in yemen. i postulate, this is based a little on truth he was one of the master mines of the u.s.s. cole bombing. >> that's the premise of it. >> how much of you book is fact and how much is fiction? you're clearly weaving in what have been some terrorism news events in the past? >> i look at the facts as the skeleton of the book. the facts are all true. if they sound true, they probably are true. but novels make it up. you've got to make up the dialogue. it all hangs on the -- the incident was the "u.s.s. cole" bombing. the joint terrorist task force is stationed in foreign countries, yemen being one of them. so the facts are there. this is not a primmer
are not making any connections between jessica's disappearance and the body found on wednesday. the fbi is asking people to be on the lookout for any suspicious behavior. >>> starting in january. it will cost more to mail a first-class letter or postcard. the u.s. is raiding the price to 46 cents. postcard rates also increased by a penny. but those forever stamps that you bought are still gonna be good even if you paid the current price of 45 cents. >>> people in berkeley are on high alert after a mountain lion scare there. people were told to stay inside while wildlife officers looked for the animal. but they never found it. >>> california public health officials are sending out warnings for people who visit a popular park in south take law toe. it comes after a clip munk testified positive for the plague. the rodent was discovered near the entrance of the visitor center. >> that has me a little bit worried now. i don't want any fleas on my dog or me. >> they might be sick. they might be dangerous. >> the health department is now urging people who visit a park to stay away from rodents and leave
department is doing its own review. the fbi is doing a criminal investigation as to not just who perpetrated the murders of these four americans, but also what went wrong when state department officials ignored warnings or not. so all of that will come out eventually. we'll see if it come out before or after the election. megyn: we'll have much more on this coming up in a bit. the vice president went a step further about libya and put the blame squarely on the shoulders of the intelligence community for the susan rice sunday talk show our where they blamed the assassinations on a video which we know is not true. he answered for the first time where they allegedly got that information and he put that on the intel community. ralph peters will explain why he says that claim directly contradicts the way america's intel community works. when the vice presidential debate was over there was nothing but praise for the vice president's performance beginning with president obama himself. >> i thought joe biden was terrific. i thought he made a strong case, and i really think that his passion for makin
they are still searching for jessica. in the meantime, the fbi is asking area residents to be on alert, saying a change in someone's behavior and habits could indicate their involvement. >>> in syria, the rebels say they have taken control of a strategic town that links the capital of damascus to aleppo. they claim to have seized an air base. russia is demanding answers after turkey intercepted a suspicious airliner yesterday that reportedly had military communications equipment, jammers and parts of a missile on board. wow. >>> 7:15 now. tucker is back. >> good morning, nice and cool out there. temperatures overnight in the mid-30s across much of the region. >> chilly. >> guess what's coming in later tonight? >> what? >> even colder temperatures. >> you were talking about a frost earlier, right? >> we have a freeze watch. 47 in washington. most of the region here basking in chilly october air. 36 in culpeper. 39 in martinsburg this morning. cumberland, 34. the temperatures overnight getting a chance to bottom out with generally clear skies. off to the north and west cold front approaching. th
both parents, inconcluding jessica's mother who was the last person to see her. the fbi is heavily involved in the case. they urged the public to report anyone they know who is exacting suspiciously. >> any kind of unusual behavior between last friday and today. somebody very engaged in the media coverage of this particular investigation and maybe they're a little annoyed by all the coverage. if that behavior is not normal for them, we'd like to know about it. >> reporter: stranger abductions are exceedingly rare. of the 800,000 or so kids who go missing each year, 100 with taken by a perfect stranger or slight acquaintance, bill. bill: how is the community reacting to this so far, dan? >> reporter: you can imagine this story is dominating the headlines here. the principal at jessica's school he sees fewer kids playing outside. this is really having a big impact in this community. even as people cling to the hope she is still alive, there is a makeshift memorial gone up in a nearby park. people are on edge, parents, coaches educators. counseling is being offered in schools. a crisi
fbi people, i've been doing this for a while now. some of the people i spoke to initially are retired and they tend to speak more freely when they are retired. i don't name sources not a good thing. even retired people don't want to be acknowledged in the book. but i just -- i fell into this plan years ago having to know people. >> are you friend with our john miller. he could be a great help to you. are you friend with him? >> you should meet him. >> john was one of the first interviews back in 1978 with him when i did my first book. >> i wonder if john miller is anywhere in that book. thank you. >> a page turner as they say. "the panther" goes on sale tuesday by the way. when we come back, paul thomas anderson. he gave us boogie nights. remember what boogie nights was about? there will be blood. his latest movie is causing quite a stir in hollywood. we'll talk about that. he's the director of the movie called "the master." he joins us next right after >>> boogie nights established director paul thomas anderson an important name in hollywood. his latest film "the master" tells the st
the fbi and h h s trying to do the sample audits for the prescriptions being filled. that is not going to cut it. you can't go in and try to sample and hope you catch something. the reality is they have to get a lot more sophisticated if they are going to find out where these over charges come from. melissa: you have to wonder about the motivation. these think pharmacy benefits managers are fearing the dollars are going to dry up under obamacare? >> i really do. if you look at a couple things that have happened since obamacare has been implemented, insurance companies and benefits managers are clearly in a bind to take on more people to cover more people under their program and they are looking for every possible avenue to stay afloat. the other thing that has happened even more concerning is the idea that we were trying to drive more competition and bring prices down but you see the insurance companies that are starting to consolidate, only three pharmacy benefits managers. when you look at the amount of market share they have there's not much competition preventing them from doing wh
, and it is an incident that is under investigation both by the fbi and when it comes to diplomatic security and security by diplomatic facilities by the accountability review board established by senator quentin. as a matter of policy that was discussed in the the lightning way in this debate and when it comes to afghanistan the president working with countless allies has established a policy to draw down our forces in afghanistan event to end that war by 2014 that is not the policy and this president has committed to bringing our forces that come from afghanistan of setting a deadline is to make it clear to the government in kabul as it was made clear to the government in baghdad and iraq and they will begin to take increasing responsibility for their own securities so that when it comes to fighting and sometimes dying for the sake of afghan for afghanistan the people that the afghan forces to on that responsibility and that is why we're joined on the forces there. the president is very committed to this. he made clear in the campaign for president in 2008 that he would end of the war in iraq. he did.
and republican senators, the fbi, state department, they are all trying to investigate what was a terrible incident. i think the point they were trying to make is even before it was clear that the ambassador lost his life, or stevens was a wonderful person, this was becoming a political issue. a press conference by the romney campaign. it was extremely poor timing. and he has been criticized for it. neil: was the administration on the same page? >> left of the investigation completed and the president said and the vice president said, we are doing so with the american people. look at ronald reagan, it gets right down to it, these horrible tragedies occur -- neil: you don't think it is an issue that drives and -- [talking over each other] >> let's get to the bottom of the facts. neil: senator, maybe you can enlighten me. when vice president biden was talking about those of the upper income, those earning a million dollars or more, the party has argued it is the 250,000-dollar threshold. the vice president just raise that? >> you referred to both because both have been debating and voting on
and the fbi report. so i'm going to await those -- probably. >> just one point that till seems unclear, do we know that there actually was a gone straight on the streets that day at any time if. >> well, again, i think as you heard reports as of 8:30 at night when the, when ambassador stevens exited the buildingor escorted our guest out or his guest out, there were not any folks outside the building. and then the alarms were sounded by the security officials at about 9:40. whether or not there was a gathering of any size at the gates between 8:30 and 9:40, that's a matter that's still being looked into. we think that, you know, contrary to what we initially thought if there was such a gathering, it was probably relatively modest. but, again, i don't want to get beyond what we know until we have a full picture of the investigation. >> well, wouldn't -- >> sorry, one quick follow-up. if an agent is yelling "attack, attack," sounding the alarms and informing washington what's going on u isn't it pretty self-evident this is more than a spontaneous attack? >> there's no question that at the time t
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